Nina Bahinskaya was again among dozens of women detained at a rally against Belarus’s president.
Nina Bahinskaya had joined a women’s march in Minsk as protests against the president continue.
Women want to hold to account the masked people picking protesters off the street in Belarus.
Hundreds are stranded at the nations’ border as Ukraine’s Covid rules block entry to foreigners.
Maria Kolesnikova is said to have refused to leave Belarus after leading anti-government rallies.
The offer was made during the leaders’ first face-to-face talks since protests erupted in Belarus.
At least 400 people are arrested, as the latest of several weeks of mass rallies takes place.
Tens of thousands of people have been marching in the capital Minsk and other cities.
Opposition activist Maria Kolesnikova says she feared for her life during an attempt to deport her.
Maria Kolesnikova was driven by officials to the border with Ukraine but managed to halt her expulsion.
Maria Kolesnikova is one of three women who joined forces to oppose President Lukashenko.
As street protests in Belarus continue well into their fourth week, a 73-year-old has turned into an unlikely hero for demonstrators.
University students in Minsk were protesting against Belarus’s long-time leader, Alexander Lukashenko.
The country’s been gripped by mass protests since the August election, widely thought to have been rigged.
Tens of thousands rallying in Minsk are met by a huge police turnout and dozens of arrests.
The Russian president says he has a police force for Belarus if unrest there “gets out of control”.
Ten-day sentences are handed down to members of the Co-ordination Council for organising rallies.
Svetlana Alexievich is wanted for questioning in connection with a new opposition council.
Tens of thousands of people take part in a mass rally in Minsk – the latest in a wave of protests.
Tens of thousands gather in Minsk, as pressure on President Lukashenko shows no sign of easing.
Darina, 19, was seized while monitoring voting in the disputed election. Her mum couldn’t find her.
Mass strikes and protests have been continuing in Belarus, following disputed elections on 9 August.
For anyone watching the protests in Belarus, there is one song that keeps being heard in the crowds.
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said the people must continue fighting.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya tells the BBC if Belarusians step back from protests, they will be slaves.
The chief prosecutor accuses the opposition’s Coordination Council of trying to seize power.
After 10 days of protests, Alexander Lukashenko says he has given orders to end the unrest in Minsk.
After 26 years under President Lukashenko people in Belarus are demanding change.
Alexander Lukashenko says a group of those who dispute the election results are trying to seize power.
A factory photo op for Alexander Lukashenko backfires when workers demand his resignation.